Real Estate News Calling all startups: NAR’s tech accelerator is taking applications The National Association of Realtors' venture capital arm Second Century Ventures runs REACH, which debuted in 2012 and has invested in more than 200 startups over the years. Mortgage broker who forged loan documents for clients gets 5 years Prosecutors say Alex Ashod Dadourian, a licensed mortgage loan broker in Southern California, fabricated income and employment verification documents to win approvals for 17 mortgages totaling more than $8 million. Broker Spotlight: Juan Alvarez, BlokHaus Real Estate + Investments Inc. This week, our spotlight shines on Juan Alvarez of BlokHaus Real Estate + Investment Inc. in Miami Beach, Florida. 5 insights on what’s next for real estate technology Check out our robust Tech and Data track at Inman Connect New York to help you make sense of current trends by hearing directly from the experts. Circa 1960 kitchens and baths: What agents should know Featuring an explosion of color, glamour and innovation, 1960s kitchens and baths offered style by the mile. Gerard Splendore shares the secrets of the era in his Circa series. How to win friends — and do more business If we want to increase our production, we need more friends. The more friends you have, the more homes you'll sell. HomeZada wins Wells Fargo Innovation Challenge Long-term home management app HomeZada, initially reviewed by Inman in 2015, beat out six other finalists in the Wells Fargo Innovation Challenge, according to a company announcement. Palm Beach’s sole private island lists for $218M, poised to break records If the island, which includes a 21,406-square-foot mansion, sells close to its asking price, it will easily set a record for Palm Beach sales and come just shy of the national record. Keyes Company, Revive partner to boost listing business Florida-based The Keyes Company has partnered with Revive to help its thousands of agents boost listing business and earn more for their sellers through ROI on presale renovations. Expect housing market to crawl in 2023 before it can run: Redfin Mortgage rates will fall to Earth in 2023 — but not before home prices tally significant declines and sales slump to their slowest pace in 12 years, according to a new forecast from Redfin Tuesday.